Dr. David Butterfield

Neurologist · Alzheimer's Disease · Lexington, Kentucky
  • 545 Publications

Before embarking on a career in neurological research, Dr. David Butterfield was a high school teacher in Zimbabwe. His personal hobbies include weight lifting, swimming and canoeing.

Currently the director of the UK Center of Membrane Sciences, the director of the Free Radical Biology and Metabolism Shared Resource Facility at the Markey Cancer Center, and the faculty associate of the Sanders-Brown Center on ageing, Dr. Butterfield’s research focuses on the effects of free radical oxidative stress on age-related disorders like Alzheimer’s.


Experience

Director

Markey Cancer Center

Director

Redox Metabolism Shared Resource Facility

The Alumni Association Endowed Professor of Biological Chemistry

University of Kentucky


Education

Duke university school of medicine

NIH Postdoctoral Fellow in Neuroscience

Duke University School of Medicine · 1974 - 1975

Duke university

Ph.D

Duke University · 1974


Publications

Dr. David Butterfield has been involved in 545 publications. View publications ›


Locations

Dr. David Butterfield is affiliated with University of Kentucky; Sanders-Brown Center on Aging at 1030 S Broadway, Lexington, Kentucky.